That's one way to keep the neighbors from trying to steal your Wi-Fi.
We've got a team of real Donnie Brascos on our hands here.
This is how to let your neighbors know that you love science, or at least that you grew up watching PBS Kids in the '90s.
This is not how one should meet new people. Or, maybe, it's exactly how one should meet knew people. We're not sure; we haven't met anyone new in a while.
We're not sure if this person should go to the clinic or call the IT department.
It could be true that person A's typo is more annoying than person B's music, but all we know for sure is that nothing's more annoying than grammar police.
These good Samaritans are perfectly happy to share their Wi-Fi with anyone who's not ashamed to let everyone within earshot know that he or she is a moocher and a pervert.
"The Web rules everything around me/ LAN/ Get the password/ Logging logging in, y'all."
It's unclear whether the "F--- your Flamingos" network belongs to the thief in question or just an antagonistic neighbor who's choosing sides in this cold war.
The best way to stick it to your Wi-Fi-mooching neighbors is to let them think for a few precious seconds that they're going to get what they want.
Do you remember that dumb Offspring song from 17 years ago? The person who named this Wi-Fi network does!
At a time when technology makes it easier and easier for people to isolate themselves socially, it does our hearts good to see neighbors coming together.
But will we get the Wi-Fi password if we kiss that butt?
If you're reasonably confident that everyone agrees with you about the one noisy unit, you may as well use your Wi-Fi network to passive-aggressively speak for the whole building.
Naming your meth lab's Wi-Fi network "Not a Meth Lab" is probably clever enough to fool those cops who named theirs "Police Surveillance."